Welcome to C&S Enterprises Ltd.
The company just celebrated its 40th year in global aircraft sales.
Founded in 1977, by Stephen Assaly, and incorporated in 1980. The Headquarter is located in Hawkesbury, Ontario, Canada, between Ottawa and Montreal. The main focus of the business is, worldwide aircraft sales. In 1992 the company purchased 200 acres of land which is now the home of the Hawkesbury East Airport (PG5). The property around the airport is being developed for both commercial and residential purposes. There is also a floatplane base that makes change-overs from floats to wheels possible. Services provided at the airport are: tie downs, hanger rentals, hanger plots, aircraft maintenance and flight training.
The company specializes in DeHavilland Beavers, Turbine Otters, Twin otters, along with high performance singles and float planes. With a good portion of sales going to export, we take pride in offering clients, from the USA and overseas, a turnkey service which entails: export licensing, de-registration, insurance and delivery to the destination airport. Stephen Assaly and his team, treat every initial contact with special attention and concern for their client’s particular needs.
It is to be noted that over 40% of the company business is in repeat sales.
We have arranged to Ferry Aircraft all over the world. We also work with several experienced AMO’s that can disassemble aircraft, pack into a 40 foot container, then we ship from the port of Montreal. We have shipped to Australia, New Zealand, France, Italy and Africa over the years. We also work with DAR’s that can provide a C of A Export if required.
For sales to the USA, we work with A & P’s in the USA, that can come to Canada to perform an independent pre buy after which, they can quote on putting the aircraft on the US Registry.
Joan King our administrator and Webmaster, who many of you know, has been with our company for 30 years now. When constructing a web page, Joan is always happy to have comments and suggestions from aircraft owners as we depend on their input.